Jane Armstrong

     Jane Armstrong married Capt Unknown Supple. She died without issue. A Jane Wallen & Ralph Steele obtained a marriage licence in 1764 but this seems far too late to be her. Jane Armstrong was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Lucy Charnock (Mason).

Jane Armstrong

     Jane Armstrong was born in Ballycumber, Lemanaghan, Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot. Jane died in infancy.

Jane Armstrong (Wilson)

     Jane Armstrong (Wilson) was the daughter of Edmund Armstrong and Isabella Armstrong.

John Armstrong

(2 February 1705/6 - circa 1748)
     John Armstrong was born on 2 February 1705/6. He was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Lucy Charnock (Mason).
     John died circa 1748.
     He became a highly distinguished military engineer and was a Lieutenant in the Army. He was for a period Governor of Minorca, and published a history of that island in 1752.

John Armstrong

(circa 1668 - 1704)
     John Armstrong was born circa 1668. He was the son of Thomas Armstrong and Grissel Beatty.
     John died in 1704 in Gibraltar. He was engaged early in a military life, and was lieutenant in Lord Barrymore's Regiment of Foot in garrison at Gibraltar, then closely beseiged by the Spaniards. It happened that, while walking with the Prince of Hesse (the governor) and several other officers that were off duty, a party that had been ordered to burn the enemy's fascines, appared, bu the officer, unde whose command they were to act, not being ready, Mr Armstrong volunteered to perform the arduous duty. His offer was readily accepted and marching directly to the ground set the fascines on fire. He received however a wound from a canon ball in the head, of which he died in 1704, in the 37th year of his age.

John Armstrong

(28 June 1736 - )
     John Armstrong was born on 28 June 1736 in Ballycumber, Lemanaghan, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot. John died in infancy.

John Armstrong

(15 September 1761 - May 1835)
     John Armstrong was born on 15 September 1761. He was the son of Warneford Armstrong and Frances Grey.
     John Armstrong married Mary Ann Gurnell on 6 March 1806.
     John died in May 1835 in Cornwall, England, aged 73.

John Armstrong

     He married his cousin Miss Cuthbert and had issue.. John Armstrong was the son of William Armstrong.

John Armstrong

(31 March 1674 - 15 April 1742)
     John Armstrong was born on 31 March 1674 in Ballyard, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Robert Armstrong and Lydia Howard.
     John Armstrong married Ann Priscilla Burroughs in September 1714. They had four daughters, see Burke's Commoners for details.
     He was surveyor general and master general of his Majesty's Ordnance, chief engineer of England, lieutenant governor of the Tower of London, colonel of the 18th regiment, quarter master general of His Majesty's forces. He founded the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich in 1716.
     John died on 15 April 1742 in London, England, aged 68.

John Armstrong

     He died unmarried.. John Armstrong was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Elizabeth Johnston.

John Armstrong

     John Armstrong was the son of Edmund Armstrong and Mary Hamilton.
     John Armstrong lived at Ussher's Quay, Dublin. He was a merchant.
     John Armstrong married Elizabeth Handy, daughter of Protestant Stray Handy.

Children of John Armstrong and Elizabeth Handy

John Armstrong

(29 August 1758 - )
     John Armstrong was born on 29 August 1758. He was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Constantia Maria Pigot.

John Armstrong

     John Armstrong was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Ann Armstrong.

John Armstrong

(before 1500 - circa 1530)
     John Armstrong was born before 1500 in Giltknock Hall, Scotland. He was the son of Unknown Armstrong.
     John died circa 1530. He was executed for treason.

John Armstrong

(10 June 1810 - )
     John Armstrong was christened on 10 June 1810 in Drumcliffe, Ennis, Clare, Ireland. Baptised John, son of Thomas Armstrong Esq., Capt. in Roy. Longford Militia & Hannah? Armstrong his wife. He was the son of Thomas Armstrong and Hannah? Armstrong.

Rev John Armstrong

(June 1791 - )
     He married and had issue. See Burke.. Rev John Armstrong was born in June 1791. He was the son of Edmund Armstrong and Elizabeth Trench.

Lt John Armstrong RN

(19 July 1719 - 13 April 1749)
     Lt John Armstrong RN was born on 19 July 1719 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. He was the son of Michael Armstrong and Jane Henzell.
     John died by drowning with the Namur on 13 April 1749 aged 29.

John Warneford Armstrong

(28 August 1770 - )
     He was a magistrate for King's county and was deputy governor until the extinction of that establishment..
     John Warneford Armstrong married Ann Turner. John Warneford Armstrong was born on 28 August 1770 in Ballycumber, Lemanaghan, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of George Armstrong and Constantia Maria Armstrong.

Children of John Warneford Armstrong and Ann Turner

Letitia Armstrong

(before 1716 - before 20 February 1778)
     Letitia Armstrong was born before 1716. She was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Lucy Charnock (Mason).
     Letitia Armstrong married George Slaughter in 1747 in Dublin.
     Letitia Armstrong married Rev George Wallen as her second husband, circa 4 September 1753 in St Peter, Dublin. By licence.
     Letitia Wallen was mentioned in the will of Rev George Wallen dated 3 April 1767.
     Letitia died before 20 February 1778 in Stephens St, Dublin. She was buried on 20 February 1778 in Dublin.

Child of Letitia Armstrong and George Slaughter

Lucinda Armstrong

     Lucinda Armstrong was the daughter of Warneford Armstrong and Frances Grey. Lucinda died in infancy.

Lucinda Armstrong

     Lucinda Armstrong was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Constantia Maria Pigot.
     Lucinda Armstrong married Robert Mills in 1795. Robert Mills esq of Malahide was the fifth son of the Rev Richard Mills, rector of Annaclone, in Downshire. They had issue.

Lucy Armstrong

(18 March 1721 - )
     Lucy Armstrong was born on 18 March 1721 in Ballycumber, Lemanaghan, Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot. Lucy died in infancy.

Lydia Armstrong

(1680 - )
     She had an only daughter Hester, whose issue is listed in Burke's Commoners, v. 4 p. 340.. Lydia Armstrong was born in 1680. She was the daughter of Robert Armstrong and Lydia Howard.
     Lydia Armstrong married John Fleetwood in 1716.

Margaret Armstrong

     Margaret Armstrong was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Deborah Simpson.
     Margaret Armstrong married William Hodson. They had issue. A descendant Daphne Shackleton from co. Cavan contacted me in Sep 2007.

Margaret Armstrong

(1671 - )
     Margaret Armstrong was born in 1671. She was the daughter of Thomas Armstrong and Grissel Beatty.
     Margaret Armstrong married Capt William Charleton in 1701.

Children of Margaret Armstrong and Capt William Charleton

Margaret Armstrong

(8 January 1720 - )
     Margaret Armstrong was born on 8 January 1720 in Ballycumber, Lemanaghan, Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot.
     Margaret Armstrong married Francis Brown. He was of Riverstown, co. Kildare, barrister at law. They had issue.
     Margaret Armstrong was mentioned in the will of Warneford Armstrong dated 2 October 1766.

Margaret Armstrong

(1673 - )
     Margaret Armstrong married Milo Bagot. Margaret Armstrong was born in 1673. She was the daughter of Edmund Armstrong and Mary Hamilton.

Children of Margaret Armstrong and Milo Bagot

Margaret Armstrong (Ringrose)

     Margaret Armstrong (Ringrose) was the daughter of Edmund Armstrong and Isabella Armstrong.

Margaret Armstrong (Turner)

     She married John Turner, esq.. Margaret Armstrong (Turner) was the daughter of William Armstrong.

Martin Armstrong

(circa 1696 - 1748)
     Martin Armstrong married Unknown Ulick. Martin Armstrong was born circa 1696. He was the son of Edmund Armstrong and Isabella Armstrong.
     Martin died in 1748.

Children of Martin Armstrong and Unknown Ulick